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job marketnoun [C, usually singular]

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ECONOMICS, HR the number of jobs that are available in a particular place or for a particular type of work: a competitive/tough job market It is hard for low-skilled workers to earn their way out of poverty in a tough job market that favors skilled and educated workers. a booming/healthy/strong job market About 25,000 people enter the job market each month. the graduate job market
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